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  • Liberals Are In An UPROAR After One Democratic Governor VETOES National Popular Vote Bill


    Democrats are still stewing about Trump losing the popular vote in 2016 but winning the electoral college votes to become president. And in Nevada, the legislature tried to do something about it and passed a bill that would have pledged their electoral votes to whoever won the national popular vote. But their Democratic governor just […] More

  • Trump Alt-Left Hysteria: Leading To Suicidal Alt-Reality

      Today a Washington Post Opinion article suggests Trump’s Presidential time is ticking down to maybe a two year Trump Presidency. They see this reality due to the GOP being swept out of office by 2018 mid-term  elections and the Alt-Left regaining control of Congress. Then they insist his Impeachment by the “new” Congress, will follow. This illustrates the depth of […] More

  • Trump Won Popular Vote Despite Illegal Votes

    WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald Trump said Sunday, without providing evidence, that he had fallen short in the popular vote in the general election only because millions of people had voted illegally. He leveled his assertion as part of a daylong storm of Twitter posts voicing anger about a three-state recount push. “In addition to winning […] More

  • Senator Barbara Boxer’s Bill To Abolish Electoral College Is A Long Shot

    Retiring Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) filed legislation Tuesday to abolish the Electoral College in light of Democratic nominee Hillary Clintonwinning the popular vote but still losing the election. Such legislation makes a statement after an election that shocked Democrats, but is unlikely to gain traction with Republicans holding control of both chambers of Congress in a […] More

  • Why Trump Won: What Hillary, DNC, Media, and Polling Missed

    What happened on Tuesday with the expected final Landslide election tally of as much as 306 to 232 for Donald J. Trump for President, plus his down ballot effect to hold majorities in the House, and Senate unifying both branches under the GOP brand? I will offer my observations and analysis to join millions of other opinions. I believe it all […] More